Locations and Times for Canada Day 2016 Fireworks in Edmonton, Alberta.
Downtown Edmonton Fireworks
Location: Edmonton River Valley, amazing fireworks over Edmonton’s river valley parks and the North Saskatchewan River.
Best locations: Alberta Legislature Grounds, Victoria Park (River Valley Road), Government House Park (Groat Road & River Valley Road) and Edmonton Ballpark (for those watching the game, you can stay in your seat for the fire works).
Best locations by foot: River Valley Road, Queen Elizabeth Park Road and 109 Street (between Saskatchewan Drive & the High Level Bridge).
Visit the City of Edmonton for more details on location and festivities!
Sherwood Park Fireworks
Location: Broadmoor Lake Park - Plaza.
Best Location: Broadmoor Lake Park.
Click here for Sherwood Park Canada Day Map.
Visit Strathcona County for more detail on Canada Day festivities!
Saint Albert Fireworks
Location: Mission Park.
Visit City of Saint Albert for more information.
Click here for Saint Albert Canada Day Map.
Location: Mill Woods Park (23 Ave & 66 St).
Best locations to watch: Mill Woods Park.
Visit Mill Woods Presidents Council for more details on festivities!
Location: Leduc Recreation Centre East parking lot.
Best places to watch: East parking lot.
Visit the City of Leduc for more detail on festivities!
Location: Four Seasons Park.
Best locations to watch: Four Seasons Park and Don Sparrows Lake.
Visit the City of Beaumont for more details on festivities!
For all other locations and times for 2016 Canada Day Fireworks, please visit EmontonCelebrateCanada.ca.
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Edmonton's Monthly Market Update, June 2016
What type of market is it? It still remains to be a buyer's market here in Edmonton. There is currently 4.6 months of housing inventory which is down compared to 5.4 months of inventory last month. This suggest that Edmonton's market is moving closer to a balance market but still remains to be a buyers market. A buyer's market means there is more supply of homes for sale then there is people who are buying.
Who can take advantage of todays market? Those who are buying their first home in Alberta, investors who are acquiring real estate in Edmonton, or people who are upgrading to a larger home (selling their current home and purchasing a larger home).
Single family detached homes were up 19.3% from April and up 3.8% year- over-year, with 1,119 selling in May across the Edmonton and surrounding areas. Duplexes and rowhouses increased 37.2% over April, and 23.03% over May 2015 with 203 homes sold in the month. Condo sales were up 5.3% month-over-month, but down 18.2% year-over-year. All- residential sales at 1,771 were up more than 18% from April and down less than 1% compared to May 2015. These numbers show that we still have a stable market even with the effects of the oil industry and migration of people heading back too their home province.
The average days to sell a home has be driven up by 14 days to 54 days on average compared to last month at 40 days. This suggest more competition in the market place between home owners who have their home listed for sale.
1771 residential homes have sold at the end of last month which is up 18% from April 2016 and a decrease of .73% compared to last year in 2015.
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